Wordless Wednesday: the First Hellebore

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23 Responses to Wordless Wednesday: the First Hellebore

  1. It’s so nice to have blogger friends in temperate climes, because I get to see images of your Spring long before ours starts!

  2. Chloris says:

    What a welcome sight. I have some Ericsmithii hybrids out but Helleborus orientalis is taking its time.

    • Cathy says:

      I do have ericsmithii Winter Moonbeam in full bloom but I only bought it a fortnight ago so I am not counting that (first plant purchase of 2017)!

  3. How exciting. We have buds popping up here. It won’t be long.

  4. Martha says:

    So lovely! Hellebores quickly becoming one of my favorites, along with galanthus.

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  5. Pure envy on my part! I’ve got hellebore foliage but there’s no sign of any flowers.

  6. Love these wonderful winter bloomers. My Hellebore ‘Shooting Star’ are blooming now as well. Your captures are beautiful!

  7. Heyjude says:

    Lovely aren’t they? So yours are doubles. Such a shame they hold their heads down.

  8. Brian Skeys says:

    I am still waiting for my first one, its all that balmy weather you have up there Cathy!

  9. Ian Lumsden says:

    One of the most beautiful of the Harvington hellebores. Indeed I have featured it on my own blog. My own is well budded up but not actually in flower yet due to my changing position to the north facing front entrance. Last year it was in spectacular flower like your own.

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